Attract and retain employees by helping them with financial wellness education. This webinar will explain how districts can help employees overcome financial concerns, including how to get out of debt, plan for retirement, start saving and avoid living paycheck to paycheck.
Lawmakers drafted the bill to address construction cost increases that have occurred since the limits were last increased, in 2011.
The new ESSA financial requirements include reporting money spent on staff compared with other expenses at the school - and the proportionate levels of federal, state, and local funding at each.
Building a strategic communications plan and setting ground rules during negotiations discussions.
Enrollment figures show that charter school students are just as diverse (racially and economically) as students who attend traditional district schools.
Collective bargaining is among the most important areas where the Board of Education sets priorities for the organization and gives direction and authority for negotiations.